Accenture is a transnational company founded in 1989 and headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. Accenture specializes in consulting and professional services. Accenture works in six major divisions that are Accenture Consulting, Accenture Federal Services, Accenture Strategy, Accenture Technology, Accenture Digital and Accenture Operations. Accenture is actively participating in blockchain implementation in business processes both as a payment tool and a tool for supply chain management, banking and media. Today, Accenture Technology is mostly concentrated on AI, cloud technologies and IT-security, which are all blockchain-compatible instruments suitable for large enterprises and newly developed startups. Technology-based consulting tools are widely implemented for improving business processes and that makes Accenture one of the Fortune Global 500 companies.
The Global Blockchain Business Council believes the pandemic has shone a light on many systemic inefficiencies that blockchain technology can solve.
Pandemic Highlights Inefficient Systems: Blockchain Can Help
Even though cross-chain systems are gaining more attention, experts believe it will take some time for this technology to evolve and mature.
Blockchain Interoperability: The Holy Grail for Cross-Chain Deployment
A new project from Accenture and Fujitsu aims to solve DLT interoperability and joins the Hyperledger Greenhouse.
Accenture–Fujitsu Project Hopes to Solve Blockchain Interoperability
The Linux Foundation has launched the ToIP Foundation, a new cross-industry coalition that aims to provide a trusted exchange of data over the internet.
Mastercard and R3 Join Linux Foundation’s New Data Privacy Project
A new report estimates that global investment in blockchain in the energy market will reach $35 billion by 2025.
Investment in Blockchain in Energy Markets Will Top $35 Billion by 2025
A board of 22 finance and fintech experts joins former CFTC leaders and Accenture to steer the future of the Digital Dollar Project.
Industry Players Join Former CFTC Royalty on Digital Dollar Project’s New Board
Former CFTC chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo has some new remarks regarding his Digital Dollar initiative, speaking in Davos.
Davos: Giancarlo’s Digital Dollar Project Will Focus on Benefits of a US CBDC